Camas High School Principal Liza Sejkora came under fire for posting the remark to Facebook after National Basketball Association star Kobe Bryant and eight others died in a helicopter accident last month in Calabasas, California, according to newspaper.
Sejkora apologized after the incident, saying she regretted writing the post.
The former Los Angeles Lakers star, his daughter Gianna and seven others were killed in a January 26 helicopter crash in California.
Kobe Bryant was accused of sexual assault by an employee at a Vail, Colorado, hotel in 2003. "This was a situation where I didn't think before I posted, and I'm terribly regretful about that". "Sejkora and concern from our community", according to the Portland, Oregon, TV station.
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"In education, we remind students to think before they post online, especially when feelings are inflamed", she said.
Sejkora was placed on administrative leave Tuesday following a backlash over her remarks. Sejkora confirmed that the post was indeed hers. "However, I've been impressed with the level of professionalism our staff members have displayed as well as the caring and compassion from our families". Prosecutors dropped the case at his accuser's request as she refused to testify against him.
"Trust between a principal and a school is so critical, and it's become clear to me in my time here that that trust has been broken", Camas School District Superintendent Jeff Snell said in a video directed to students. "Camas High school will be moving forward without Dr. Sejkora as principal as I've accepted her resignation". A civil suit brought by the accuser in August 2004 was settled out of court on March 2, 2005.
"... After news broke (about) Kobe Bryant's death, I made a comment to my private social media, which was a personal, visceral reaction". We have tremendous students, staff, and community. Later, on February 3 she wrote to the school's families that she wished "to apologize for suggesting that a person's death is deserved".
Snell said the district would have additional supports for students available on Monday, KGW reported. "It was inappropriate and tasteless", and called it "a personal, visceral reaction". But when you are a public figure and people look up to you and you are the principal of a school full of kids and you say something like that? "I've learned an important lesson and I hope that I can earn your trust back". "My emotions and past experiences got the best of me in that moment".